Caeira Farm

  • Caeira Farm
  • Caeira Farm
  • Caeira Farm
  • Caeira Farm
  • Caeira Farm

History

The name Caeira finds its roots in the native language of the native Indians. Its significance, limestone, is representative of the location, is available from the quarry of this material and the coral reef facing beaches that are a history of the Farm-Hotel finds its origin. Due to these two natural resources, in the seventies, Lorenzo Bucci Casari - farmer, builder, heir to a noble Roman family and lover of Brazil - chose this island and this land as the place to achieve a dream maintained for many years: discover, After a series of successful investments in São Paulo, a place in the North capable of becoming a great tourist destination for Brazil.

He immediately fell in love with the reef found on the seafront of the island - so rare in the rest of the country, such as beaches and landscapes, to have direct access to raw materials needed for the development of the region (such as limestone or clean water ), without forgetting a simplicity and friendliness of the native inhabitants.

For this simple and poor island that he discovered, he has brought, over the years on his own, energy and telephone lines, improved a part of the forest to the pasture, built a first school as well as a first landing place, and endeavored to maintain the characteristic natural environment, known as "Mata Atlântica", transforming a large part of the land that it acquired in an area of ​​environmental preservation and preventing a commercial exploration of the waterfront. Besides Fazenda, he also created the foundations of the Pousada. Both his love for Morro de Sao Paulo and his desire to survive to the present through his family, there is still a property according to these same principles.

The land where Fazenda Caeira is located is one of the most beautiful and fertile of the island, the same can be said of the rest of the family property: Fazenda Pratiji, located to the south and accessible by daily excursion. Pratiji Farm is adjacent to the island's most breathtaking beach, which has yet to be explored by man, and has all the charm of an old coconut plantation.

However, Morro de São Paulo, today, is one of the most popular tourist spots on the northeastern coast. The place was thus maintained thanks to the vision and competence of Lorenzo Bucci Casari, and this is a story of Fazenda Caeira Inn.